169 Tasting Notes

drank Prairie Berry by DAVIDsTEA
169 tasting notes

Dry Leaf Nose: Juicy berries with dark berry notes.

Liquor: Classic brown tea colour.

Flavour: Darker-coloured berry notes with a rich, full flavour – like a very strong blueberry. Black tea is present and is sweetened throughout by the maple syrup.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec
Kittenna

Saskatoon!! Yeaaah! :D

Kittenna

Also, I assume the numerical rating was unintentional and/or someone different posted this sneak peek? You probably want to remove it before there’s a backlash :)

Daniel Scott

Yeah, oops to the rating. You might want to delete this note and re-post it. Also, LOL @ “classic brown tea color.” Not that we don’t all know what it means, but it sounds funny. :P

And yeah, Saskatoon berries! My family is all from Saskatoon (although we’re not there now), and I might even be able to sell them on this one.

Kittenna

Saskatoon’s my hometown :D :D And the rating is easily removed by editing the post and clicking the little ‘x’ next to the rating scale.

Daniel Scott

Oooh, didn’t know that, thanks!

DAVIDsTEA

All fixed!

DaisyChubb

mmmm Saskatoon Berries. Now I get a taste of home all the way here in Halifax – can’t wait!

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Dry Leaf Nose: Creamy root beer.

Liquor: Dark brown, clouded with white chocolat. Smells just like an root beer float!

Flavour: Tastes just like a creamy root beer float.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec
Awkward Soul

oh man, that sounds good. White chocolate in tea is amazing.

mortava

oh wow, when does this come out??

DAVIDsTEA

June 20th!

DaisyChubb

It’s now on my calendar ;)

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Dry Leaf Nose: Cola and cherries on top of a rich black tea.

Liquor: Dark and clear with the sweet aroma of cherry cola.

Flavour: Tea takes a back seat, but is not overpowered by the cherry cola notes.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet black tea and açai berry are prominent, followed by juniper berries.

Liquor: Rich brown colour with a slight blue tinge due to the açai berry powder

Flavour: Black tea is sweetened and accompanied by the açai berry powder, with an added sweetness from the blueberries. Rosehips add fruitiness, while the juniper berries balance the blend with a nice mouthfeel.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec
France

mmmmm sounds good

Lynne-tea

I was just wondering why you list the origin of the black tea on Steepster, but not on your actual website?

DAVIDsTEA

Hi Lynne! This was just the way that we received the ingredients. It’s very possible that our web team received them in a different format, or that they omitted the countries of origin due to character limitations.

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Dry Leaf Nose: Very sweet raspberry with a hint of citrus, and an aroma of fresh raspberries

Liquor: Red/pink

Flavour: Very fresh raspberry notes – ripe and sweet. The lemongrass and hibiscus bring a tanginess to the cup.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec
Drunk From Tea

OMG a new rooibos!!! I am so excited to try it!!! <3

Dazaii

I want to get this just to ice it! <3

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drank Sweet Strawberry by DAVIDsTEA
169 tasting notes

Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet strawberry.

Liquor: Pink

Flavour: Strong strawberry flavour with a naturally sweet finish. The white teas give the cup an excellent mouthfeel and a lively, fruit-like quality.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 30 sec
Faith

Oooo, is this the Strawberry White replacement that my local store kept telling me about?

DAVIDsTEA

It is! We wanted a white tea that tasted even more like strawberries and this is the result.

mortava

Really looking forward to this one!

Drunk From Tea

AHHHHH!!! HOW EXCITING!!!! AND IT IS PINK!!!

France

Can’t wait to try

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drank Brazillionaire by DAVIDsTEA
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Dry Leaf Nose: Roasted Brazil nuts and raisins with a black tea and coconut background.

Liquor: Rich brown clear liquor, aroma of roasted nuts without the saltiness – Brazil nuts paramount.

Flavour: Very rich in flavour with the Brazil nut and black tea flavours being supported by the golden raisins which sweeten the whole. The coconut is apparent but takes a subtle role supporting the nut flavour.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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drank Salted Caramel by DAVIDsTEA
169 tasting notes

Dry Leaf Nose: Very rich in caramel and toffee, with a hint of coconut and black tea.

Liquor: Rich, clear brown

Flavour: The caramel, toffee and black tea are richly prominent, with the coconut as a background. The salt is slightly noticeable, as it cuts the thickness of the flavour.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec
Amariel

When’s it available???

DAVIDsTEA

Wednesday!

Dazaii

legasp!! New dessert tea! :D

TheKesser

This sounds SO good! I’m thinking I may have to place an order soon. My husband was saying we should get more Luscious Watermelon, and this sounds like a nice addition to add to the order.

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Dry Leaf Nose: Black tea with dried blueberries and elderberry pieces. Red cornflowers accentuate the blend, as does the small amount of stevia.

Liquor: Brown, with a blue tinge.

Flavour: Blueberry jam.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec
France

Can’t wait to taste this one why do I live so far from a Davidstea :(

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